Movie Review

// Surprises in store in ‘Tomorrowland’

“Tomorrowland” soars with moments of visual wonder only to face-plant over issues of motivation, revelation, and plot.

// A double feature from playwright Pamatmat

With separate but coinciding productions, Huntington Theatre Company and Company One are introducing emerging playwright A. Rey Pamatmat to Boston audiences.

// Library worker placed on leave as art remains missing

Susan Glover has not been charged in connection with the case, which involves art valued at more than $600,000.

// Don Draper, packing consultant

Going cross country without even a gym duffle? No problem — everything fits in a supermarket paper bag.

//,location_biz1.jpg Libraries face challenge to balance public access, security

Perhaps most difficult to prevent are thefts by the library employees themselves.

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// My Morning Jacket brings ‘Waterfall’ to Boston Calling

Frontman Jim James and his cohorts prove yet again that they won’t be constricted by expectations.

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// Saying goodbye: ‘Mad Men,’ Letterman, B.B. King

Farewells are hard in a culture that’s all about hello.

Special section

summer arts preview

// The best of upcoming arts events

Critics suggest where you should go, what you should see, who you should hear, and what you should be reading this summer.

Book Club

// The Globe Book Club to pick new book soon

Sign up for the e-newsletter so you are alerted of the next selection first.

Things to do

// Things to do in Boston

Your 60-day calendar of events, music, theater, and more.

What's on TV

// Critic’s Corner: What’s on TV this weekend

Matthew Gilbert’s picks for the weekend, including “Veep” on HBO.